You might recognize this South Korean actor from G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Lee made his mark as an actor in 1992 in a drama titled Tomorrow Love and he has been in many Korean films and television shows. Lee speaks English, French and Mandarin Chinese fluently in addition to his native language. And on top of his acting, Lee formed a management company BH Entertainment, which manages other Asian actors. Plus he owns a shop BHNC which sells accessories like hats, scarfs and wallets. A looker and a stylist, huh? Look out for more action from him in the sequel, Red 2 starring Bruce Willis and ohers in theaters July 19,2013.
It seems like we are definitely still keeping 2Pac alive because the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation (TASF) has teamed with Velocity World Media to create and produce a new live experimental concert series, to honor his life. The concert series will be broadcast live in high-definition to clubs, restaurants and movie theaters around the United States. And the foundation will even use some of today's artists for some of the performances. Let's see if the foundation can pull this off.